Started in 1998. The founders were Shaun "Dj Tekno" Glidden, and Adam "Dj Sniper" Labbe. Then came along Skylar "Dj Mayhem" Kelley. Now it is just Dj Tekno and James "Mix Master" Mixon Topic: Logical Disorder
Paul and Nick dig into what sleep is and how it improves you. How can your knowledge of sleep improve your abilities? And what exactly is boredom? Here are some segments to dive into: 0:38 - What are Logical Fallacies? 9:40 - Personal Attack 14:30 - Exaggerating the Argument 20:08 - Correlation Versus Causation 27:01 - Skewing Statistics For Video, Please check out our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheContemplators Please note that this podcast contains medical content. As we... Topics: Logical, Fallacies, Podcast, Contemplation
Loglan is a constructed logical language invented in 1955. It is as culturally neutral as possible, regular and unambiguous. The grammar of the language has its roots in predicate logic with no distinction between nouns and verbs. Instead it has "predicate" and "little words" and "arguments". Its logical nature makes it idea for human computer interaction but it was also intended for humans to use as an everyday language. Its unambiguous nature makes it relatively... Topics: Loglan, logical languages
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I made a calculation based on numbers, and turned the result to musical notes which you may connect to nature of numbers if you listen to it carefully and with deep concentration. Topic: music number logical calculated method mathematics natural
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The concept of inference is one of the global concepts used for the explanation of cognitive processes. There exist mainly two types of characterisation: the logical and the psychological. These different characterisations are based on the difference between inference and rule of inference. Information processing systems can be formalised as inferential systems, i.e. systems with inferential processes. The fundamental concepts of this formalisation, those of dynamical inferential systems and... Topics: proposition, logical form, inference, time restriction
Are you ignoring your right brain? Modern society has financially rewarded left brain analytical thinking. But Dr. Craig Weiner sees a "rightward turn" coming as the 21st century workplace is demanding more creative and outside the box thinking in synthesis with the right brain's linear and logical skill set. In Part 4 of "Transformational Pathways: Integrating mind body approaches to thriving not just surviving" Michael and Dr. Craig Weiner discuss how you can achieve a... Topics: yoga, right brain, left brain, emotional, logical.
Ever hear someone argue a point that was effective, even though it didn't quite ring true? Chances are they used a logical fallacy. http://infactvideo.com Topics: news&information, science, logic, rhetoric, logical fallacies
A short clip from an AP English Language & Composition high school class. To introduce a unit on logical fallacies, a student wrote silly scripts that each illustrate a different fallacy. This clip shows 2 students acting out one of the scripts (for moral equivalence) and then the class discusses what was "wrong" with the argument contained in the script. This helped the students preview the material even though they'd never studied fallacies before. Topics: high school, english, logical fallacies, moral equivalence
In a call to our modern society to reexamine the fundamental presuppositions of the dominant worldview, the Christ the Center discusses the philosophy of science. The conversation begins with A. J. Ayer's article "The Verification Principle and the Elimination of Metaphysics." http://www.reformedforum.org/ctc151 Topics: science, philosophy, reformed theology, apologetics, logical positivism
From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document.datapoint :: software :: DSCRIBE 1.1 Text Processor for Disk Based Files Aug73 Topics: dscribe, commands, file, files, scribe, disk, command, text, lines, logical, logical file, disk...
Planned Obsolescence is a Collection of tracks edit on different labels: Track List: 1. Angels Versus Animals (Not edit) 2. Hiperió (2011 - Discontinu Records) 3. Motion (2010 - Escala Netlabel / Fusion Netlabel) 4. Prince Of Poverty (2010 - Crazy Language) 5. Corporation (2010 - Abstrakt Reflections) 6. Blessing (DIE-6 Remix) remix by Ismael Martinez. Taken from the album Religion And Lies (2009 - Xynthetic Netlabel) Released 08 June 2011 Music by Logical Disorder Cover by Jose Sequi Topics: logical disorder, planned obsolescence, electronica, idm, industrial, ambient
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The paper examines a debate recently at the fore of the philosophical and educational literature on "critical thinking," namely, the claim that critical thinking consists of a set of discrete skills which can be taught separately versus the claim that critical thinking is "field dependent" and is thus part of learning a discipline. The works of Robert Ennis, John McPeck, Harvey Siegel, and Matthew Lipman are considered to support the conclusion that though critical thinking... Topics: ERIC Archive, Critical Thinking, Logic, Logical Thinking, Philosophy, Secondary Education
Ever hear someone argue a point that was effective, even though it didn't quite ring true? Chances are they used a logical fallacy. http://infactvideo.com/ Topics: news&information, logical fallacies, straw man, excluded middle, non-sequitur